Engaging your people to create great organisations
8:30 am – 12.30 pm
What makes a great place to work? Is it engaging your people? Is it having a great experience for every individual? Or is it developing an inclusive culture?
Or “all the above”? Come and join us for our 8th Tap’d HR Forum where we will be looking at some of the critical elements that makes an organisation both successful and a great place to work. We have some great speakers lined up to create discussion around the following topics:
- How we create a sustainable continuous self development and personal career focused culture
- Insight into what makes a “right” performance management ecosystem for your organisation, (or not!)
- How we can build an inclusive environment in a sector with history and legacy
Our Forums are designed for HR professionals of all specialisms and brought to you with no admission fee thanks to our great partners at Fuel50. Come along on the morning of Tuesday 17th September 2019 and join the discussion about these key people topics. See you there!
in partnership with:
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Anthony Ryland, Founder & CEO, Tap’d Solutions
Anthony has a passion for helping organisations find solutions that enhance the employee experience, inclusion and engagement within diverse organisations. Bringing together knowledge and experience of leadership, talent, technologies and human behaviour to design and deliver the right activities to realise your people strategies.
Prior to founding Tap’d, Anthony held pan-European talent and leadership roles at organisations including Samsung Electronics, Xerox and ACS, which was preceded by 10 years in senior operational retail management.
David Macdonald – Director of Learning, Arup
David has twenty years’ experience as a senior practitioner of Learning & Development, Leader Development, OD and Change Leadership in Arup, Levi Strauss & Co., Barclays Bank and Accenture.
Over the past ten years he has made a specialism of aligning learning and performance management with organisational goals, particularly with the prevailing and aspired culture of those organisations.
Marc McKenna-Coles, Global Diversity & Inclusion Manager, Lloyd’s
Marc is currently Global Diversity & Inclusion Manager for Lloyd’s. He oversees D&I for the corporation as well as supporting the markets D&I objects, including and not limited to, The Dive In Festival, best practice, Inclusion@Lloyd’s and the Inclusive Behaviours Pledge.
He previously was a global Diversity & Inclusion Manager for RBS, where he also held roles within Retail and Business & Commercial banking. Marc’s D&I work at RBS, included improving LGBT+ inclusion for both customer and colleague, including, a policy and guidance to support Trans and Non-binary colleagues and improving how customers can update their gender marker on their banking profile.
Outside of work Marc is a Role model for Diversity Role models. He recently married and is the proud husband of Hamish.
Anne Fulton, Chief Executive Officer, Fuel50
Passionate about career enablement and pathing solutions, Anne created Fuel50 career pathing software with co-founder Jo Mills to deliver career solutions to organisations that result in engagement uplifts, diversity career acceleration, and millennial career experiences that are delivering both engagement and retention impacts along with enhanced workforce agility. Working with hundreds of organizations across the globe, Anne and the Fuel50 team are delivering improved HR metrics through their career pathing solutions.
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Telephone: 020 7828 2888
Who should attend
This event is suitable for:
- Business Leaders
- HR Directors
- Heads of Engagement
- Heads of Talent
- Heads of Organisational Development
- Heads of Learning & Development
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About our partners
Fuel50 is an award-winning career pathing platform that delivers engagement and retention impact to employees in companies (many of the Fortune 500) all around the world. Driven by Fuel50, employees are given the keys to their careers by mapping their personalised career path and connecting with mentors, coaches and colleagues, while leaders are also enabled to deliver better quality coaching conversations.
Companies using Fuel50 see measurable results, with attrition being reduced by up to 50% in over 60 companies and engagement uplifts are in the realm of 3-30% within every company deploying Fuel50. Click here to visit their website